Character Development

Fleshing Out Characters: Using an Unusual Resource

I generally have a good handle on my characters before I begin their stories. But there comes a point during my writing and/or plotting that I'm looking for details about the character, something to help me focus their personalities or flesh them out. That's when I turn to  Linda Goodman’s Sun Signs and Love Signs.

Roxanne Rustand Visits Wausau Area

USA Today Bestselling Author Roxanne Rustand led a discussion on the Creative Process in Wausau on Saturday June 10th at the Jefferson Street Inn. During Roxanne’s interactive talk she spoke about what she does in the process of creating new characters and their romance and Happily Ever After. Sparking a lively discussion, she shared several

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Historical Reenactment – a Great Way to Create Interesting Characters

WisRWA member Molly Maka, self-proclaimed 1940s girl, writer of historical romance, and a veteran of historical reenactment, will be presenting her secrets to the Milwaukee area on Saturday, June 18. As a ten-year veteran of historical reenacting of various time periods, Molly brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to her presentation on how historical reenacting can

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